|Title||Growing up in the new South Africa: Childhood and adolescence in post-apartheid Cape Town|
|Publisher||Human Sciences Research Council|
The research for this book was conducted in the Fish Hoek valley, with the participants in the study drawn from three of its major communities: Fish Hoek, Ocean View and Masiphumelele. Today, the Valley has become a suburban expansion of Cape Town, and the population has doubled. There are many signs of post-apartheid change – almost everyone throughout the Valley has access to electricity, basic sanitation, schools and
healthcare facilities. However, the spatial impress of apartheid remains: the majority of the coloured and African residents live within the narrow confines of Ocean View and Masiphumelele, whilst the richer, white residents live in the lush suburbs and smallholdings that have developed across the area, from one coast to the other.
|»||South Africa - Cape Area Panel Study 2002-2009, Waves 1-5|